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Haven't posted for a while. Actually did some work. The wiring is getting done. Notable exceptions the instrument panel and the engine bay. All the wires are there, just need some TLC. The lights, wipers and ignition work as of this week and today I finished the Vintage Air controls and vents install along with the digital tach/shift light....and everything works, or seems to without starting the engine.
 

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nice job, rear lights look great. :tu
 

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I thought the hooligan switch was supposed to be hidden. I must have done a good job.
You're right! Good job buddy. You're gauge cluster looks good.
Did you make that AC bezel? I like it!
 

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Naw. It's an E bay find from a guy who makes them"proudly here in the USA." I could have made one but for $90 it's a quality piece. The individual gauge holes are countersunk so the bezels sit almost flush and the Autometer gauges fit perfectly. I did drill the two holes for the red LED's for my oil pressure and coolant temp gauges. I'm a stickler for having warning lights in addition to the gauges for those two important gauges.
 
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